If your instructor suggests a group "C" sanction:
- Your instructor will inform you of their decision via a formal letter outlining the appropriate sanction(s). This formal letter will contain:
- The violation for which you were found responsible.
- A summary of the evidence used to make that determination.
- An outline of the sanctions recommended for the violation.
- The formal letter will be forwarded to SCCS, who will create a student conduct case and conduct an investigation into the alleged misconduct. SCCS may meet with the student, the instructor, and any relevant witnesses in the course of their investigation. It is important that you communicate with SCCS and attend any scheduled meetings.
- Once SCCS has concluded their investigation, they will prepare an investigative report outlining their findings and recommending sanctions, if necessary. SCCS will notify you of their findings via a formal letter. Possible outcomes of their investigation, should you be found responsible, include:
- all sanctions from group A
- all sanctions from group B
- disciplinary probation*
*If disciplinary probation is determined to be the appropriate sanction, you have 10 days from the date of the formal letter to request a hearing. If you choose not to request a hearing, the sanction is final.
**If suspension or expulsion is determined to be an appropriate sanction, a hearing will be automatically scheduled with a hearing board or hearing examiner.